Coauthors of a “Footwear Manifesto” report discuss survey findings that point to industry collaboration as a path to reducing waste in shoe manufacturing.
In a Q&A, the MIT junior describes how all the pieces fell into place as he captured the Tetris world title.
Professor Haruko Wainwright describes a new effort to communicate information about managing and disposing of spent fuel from nuclear reactors.
New professor of biology uses budding yeast to address fundamental questions in cell biology.
MIT political scientist Taylor Fravel examines the potential and limitations of a bigger BRICS group of countries — and what it means for the U.S.
Co-directors Youssef Marzouk and Nicolas Hadjiconstantinou describe how the standalone degree aims to train students in cross-cutting aspects of computational science and engineering.
Richard Binzel describes how asteroid dirt and dust delivered by OSIRIS-Rex, with help from MIT, may reveal clues to the solar system’s origins.
Professor of urban and environmental planning David Hsu explains what municipal governments are doing as climate change accelerates.
The MIT-led Cosmic Explorer project aims to detect gravitational waves from the earliest universe.
MIT graduate students in technology and policy aim to make an impact in resource-constrained communities through energy research and real-world application.
The HASTS PhD candidate describes his new book, “Sordidez,” a science fiction novella on rebuilding, healing, and indigeneity following civil war and climate disaster.
The first cohort of interns reflects a range of political science talent and potential.